Film Summary And Film Analysis: Super Size Me

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To most people, salads may be considered their only healthy food option. But in truth, there are so many more options when considering what to eat, especially when you go out. Americans have grown up watching fast food commercials, and seeing their advertisements. We are so busy getting from one place to another that we eat unhealthy foods out of convenience, so we don’t have to slow down. The more research that is done regarding fast food, the more we see how unhealthy it is to constantly consume that many empty calories, and mass amounts of sugar. Once in a while as a treat, fast foods like McDonalds and Burger King are alright, but fast food has become an American staple. And that, is causing big problems in regards to our diets, lifestyles, and most importantly, our health.
Fast food restaurants are really unhealthy for us. Recent studies conducted by the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the University of Granada have proven that people who
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Super-Size Me is a documentary film from 2004 directed by Morgan Spurlock. In the movie, Morgan Spurlock decides to take on a 30 day challenge of eating nothing but McDonalds. According to his website, what started as a challenge turned into a real health problem. He went from a healthy 185 pounds to 210 in just 30 days. As soon as he began his new diet, his health seemed to start to go downhill. "It was really crazy - my body basically fell apart over the course of 30 days," Spurlock told The Post. His liver became toxic, his cholesterol shot up from a low 165 to 230, his libido flagged and he suffered headaches and depression.” (Megan Lehmann, 2004) It’s crazy to think in just a month, his body changed that much. Critics say that his results aren’t the norm. But, that doesn’t disprove the fact that fast food is ruining our health. We eat fast food all the time because of its convenience, but what are we really doing to our

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